OSCE


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Related to OSCE: OECD, OSPE, SEACE
AcronymDefinition
OSCEOrganization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe
OSCEObjective Structured Clinical Examination
OSCEOrganisation Pour la Sécurité et la Coopération en Europe (French: Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe)
OSCEOffensive Security Certified Expert
OSCEObjective Structured Clinical Evaluation
OSCEOrganizzazione per la Sicurezza e la Cooperazione in Europa (Italy)
OSCEOrganizatia pentru Securitate si Cooperare in Europa (Romanian)
OSCEOffice Scan Corporate Edition (Trend Micro)
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Muzaffar Huseinzoda, Tajikistan's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, underlined that "development of economic and social life, increasing the livelihood of people, bringing a quality approach to education and science, taking care of the environment, sustainable development, as well as the human dimension are the main priority areas of our co-operation with the OSCE."
From the Helsinki Final Act onwards, to the most recent Ministerial Council in Milan, OSCE participating States have repeatedly recognized the positive role that young people can play in all three dimensions of security, and how education can contribute to these efforts, OSCE Secretary General Thomas Greminger noted.
Asadov wished Tsereteli success in the elections for the post of the president of the OSCE PA, which will be held during its summer session.
The International Election Observation Mission comprises some 320 observers from 43 countries, including 250 long-term and short-term observers deployed by ODIHR, 30 parliamentarians and staff from the OSCE PA, 18 from PACE, 9 from the EP and 8 from the NATO PA.
written examinations, viva voce, visual evaluation of examination skills, online evaluation, simulated tests, records of daily performance, and objective structured clinical examination (OSCE)2,3.
One OSCE patrol member killed, one injured," Kurz wrote on Twitter.
The study aimed to know the perceptions of the teachers and students regarding OSCE. Table 1 and Table 2 shows the perspectives of teachers and students respectively.
For over a decade, observers have noted the growing schism between Russia and Western states in the OSCE. Moscow has accused the organization of operating with "double standards" in human rights issues and interfering in internal affairs.
Ever since becoming an OSCE Participating State, the Republic of Macedonia has been a proactive actor in many OSCE deliberations and undertakings.
Their report contained information from the locals in Lipkovo as well as from representatives of BDI in Lipkovo Municipality who talked about it with the OSCE field officers in the three weeks prior to the incident.
"This seminar marks a new step in co-operation between the Mejlis of Turkmenistan, the OSCE Centre in Ashgabat and the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly," said Ambassador Ivo Petrov, the Head of the Centre, in a message to participants.